Can plasma turn straight into a liquid or solid?
No! Plasma is the 4th state of matter. It's basically ionized gas.
The debris constituting a plasma work together way in a distinctive way and over distinctive distance scales from solids, drinks, and gases. Plasma could be studied utilising the comparable concepts as drinks and gases, yet are unique in that the electromagnetic interactions between the charged debris are the main serious (they are handed over in impartial fluids) and the charged debris are unfastened to pass and shelter one yet another (no longer available in solids). Any count that has a great concentration of constituent debris in a charged state could be referred to as a plasma (there is such element as organic electron and organic ion plasmas). So any gasoline could be grew to become into plasma whilst a great portion of it gets ionized. no longer all plasma are the comparable through fact the masses and ionization temperature of distinctive gases are all distinctive. additionally the style of components (ions, electrons, etc), equilibrium temperature of the plasma, volume of magnetization, and volume of background impartial gasoline could be distinctive. distinctive descriptions could be used for those distinctive circumstances.
Heck yeah i even saw plasma turn into a penis O-O